Taylor, Douglas, Boozer Among Latest Black College HOF Class

By The Associated Press John Taylor from Delaware State and Hugh Douglas from Central State are among the seven new inductees to the Black College Football Hall of Fame. Joining Taylor and Douglas in the 10th...

Bell Hopes To Taste Gravy To Play With The Stars IN DCIAA

By MARK F. GRAY, Special to the AFRO Bell High School has answered every question the DCIAA stripes division has asked this regular season.  They capped a perfect regular season and will take the momentum of...

DMV HBCU Report BSU Wins CIAA North & Howard Stops FAMU Celebration

By MARK F. GRAY, Special to the AFRO BOWIE STATE WINS CIAA NORTH Bowie State put an entire season of slow starts to bed and clinched the CIAA North Division championship with a 49-7 victory over Elizabeth...

Wise Ready To Begin Quest For Repeat As State Football Champs

By MARK F. GRAY, Special to the AFRO Championship programs carry themselves with a confident swagger because they know how to peak at the right time.  They fight through the moments of midseason boredom with their...

Roger Federer Defends Serena Williams’ Catsuit, but Said She “Went Too Far” Blowing Up...

By Perry Green, AFRO Sports Editor Roger Federer recently came to the defense of fellow tennis star Serena Williams on the U.S. Tennis Association banning her from wearing the all black catsuit she sported during the...

Is DC’s New NBA G League Team “Washington Go-Go” Appreciating or Appropriating DC’s Black...

By Perry Green, AFRO Sports Editor The Washington Wizards’ new NBA G League team, the Capital City Go-Go, launched its inaugural season, Nov. 3, in a game against the Greensboro Swarm in D.C.’s New Entertainment and...

Cavs Sign Drew to New Coaching Contract for Rest of Season

By TOM WITHERS, AP Sports Writer CLEVELAND (AP) — Larry Drew's awkward impasse with the Cleveland Cavaliers is over. The team relented to Drew's requests by restructuring his contract and signing him to be their coach for...

49ers Cheerleader Kneels During Anthem. Will She Lose Her Job?

By Perry Green, AFRO Sports Editor A cheerleader for the San Francisco 49ers took a knee during the playing of the National Anthem prior to the start of a game against the Oakland Raiders Nov. 1. The...

Which Wizard Gets Traded First?

By Perry Green and Stephen D. Riley, AFRO Sports Writers Mired in an early season collapse, the Washington Wizards are a few more blunders away from clearing house and listening to the sounds of the Capital...

Minnesota Timberwolves Unveil Prince-Inspired Uniform

By The Associated Press CHANHASSEN, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Timberwolves are paying tribute to Prince with a purple-highlighted uniform. The team Thursday unveiled Prince-inspired City Edition uniforms. The new look uniforms were created in collaboration...

Hill Returns to TV Post-ESPN with ‘Shut Up and Dribble’

By JOE REEDY, AP Sports Writer Jemele Hill's first couple months since leaving ESPN have been busy. There have been speaking engagements, writing for The Atlantic and starting to set up her own production company. What Hill...

MEAC Experts Pick Howard’s Preseason POY and Team To Finish Fourth

By MARK F. GRAY, Special to the AFRO Howard features the MEAC’s Preseason Men’s Basketball Player of the Year and is expected to be the best of the DMV teams in the conference according to the...
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